Riccardo Ronzani

PhD candidate

DAD Architectural and urban design

Riccardo Ronzani is an architect graduated from the Politecnico di Torino in 2019; he was also an alumnus of the Alta Scuola Politecnica at Politecnico di Torino and Politecnico di Milano.  His master’s thesis, titled “how big is a house?”, explored the concept of dwelling in minimal spaces in contemporary cities. 

Currently, his PhD research is focused on the topic of transformative energy morphologies, and investigates the topic of the design of vast energy production facilities as an opportunity for the design of new landscapes. 

He has collaborated with several of FULL’s researches, including “Reuse Scenarios for the Citadel of Alexandria” and “Beni Regione Piemonte” (Non-Performing Legacy). He is currently working on the researches “Holistic Approach for PV plants design and Operation” and “Valentino Park – Next Generation Urban River Park.”